Comedian Jay Mohr and a rotating cast of his hilarious friends regale you with tales and conversation covering every topic imaginable on his podcast Mohr Stories.
Following an impressive filmography, Jay’s favorite project he’s ever worked on has been developing his “Mohr Stories” podcast. I started listening to the podcast last year and have enjoyed about 50 episodes thus far. He is now approaching his 100th episode.
He’s entertained a wide assortment of guests–ranging from Rufus Wainwright and Charlie Sheen, to his own priest and fellow podcasters Marc Maron and Adam Carolla.
Shira Lazar interviews Jay Mohr about his podcast Mohr Stories
“I never would’ve thought that in the age of, you know, post-Kardashian world that people’s appointment listening and viewing would be me and my friends talking in my garage,” Jay remarks of the Internet platform. So, how would he describe his own show? “It’s if you and your friends smoked a joint and drove to Vegas and like that deep, deep conversation you get as you pass through Zyzzyx,” he says. “It’s that without the joint.” Comedian Jay Mohr takes questions from fans about his podcast, Mohr Stories, working as a stand-up comedian and the worst moment of his career. Jay Mohr calls his podcast, “Mohr Stories,” his favorite thing that he’s ever worked on. Hear him talk about the show’s impending 100th episode, why comedians love chatting with him in his garage and the stories behind booking some of his biggest guests.
Podcast Review: Mohr Stories by Christian Krauspe
Jay Mohr is someone you probably have very strong feelings about whether you know it or not. You’ve seen him in Jerry McGuire, Gary Unmarried, SNL or as the host of Last Comic Standing. You either love him or hate him. Or, for a few of you – you love to hate him. But he sure can be a funny f*cker. In any case, his podcast, “Mohr Stories” is something that might be worth your time.
The show features some great stories from the world of movies, comedy, and sports. In addition, Jay has some delightful guests from the realm of comedy join him on the mic like Tom Segura, Colin Quinn, Jim Jefferies, and Dave Attell. There really has yet to be a disappointing episode, with the exception Eric Roberts forgetting the name of the character he played in The Dark Knight. But, the guy’s Eric Roberts – he can do that, I guess.
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